News archive from 16 August 2015

Concerns grow for missing elderly Sheffield man

Concerns grow for missing elderly Sheffield man

Concerns are growing for an 86-year-old Sheffield man who has not been since he left his care home. Dereck Pass left the White House care home in Hollow Meadows, in the Rivelin Valley area of Sheffield, around 5.55pm. Mr Pass has no access to...

 
John Niven: Imagine if you spent six months doing your job, then spent six months flying around the world talking about it

John Niven: Imagine if you spent six months doing your job, then spent six months flying around the world...

IT is publication week for my new novel The Sunshine Cruise Company. Go me! Anyway, I may as well get the shameless plug over with right away – buy it. You’ll like it. It’s about a bunch of old ladies who rob a bank. This month also sees a big step up...

 
Lesley Roberts: They crossed their fingers and held their breath but a young foster mum lost their awful gamble

Lesley Roberts: They crossed their fingers and held their breath but a young foster mum lost their awful...

THE murder of foster carer Dawn McKenzie by the boy whose life she was trying to turn around was a tragedy but not a tragic accident. It could and should have been prevented. After a Fatal Accident Inquiry into Dawn’s death, a sheriff concluded that...

 
Meet the mum who had her twins at 48 - and she's loving every minute of it

Meet the mum who had her twins at 48 - and she's loving every minute of it

GAYE Taylor never believed she would have children. The salon owner spent years building up her business and relationships had always taken a back seat. But at 39 she met and fell in love with Steven, 16 years her junior. Now the couple are looking...

 
Expenses: Lords who do not vote claim £100k - report

Expenses: Lords who do not vote claim £100k - report

Members of the House of Lords who did not vote in the last parliamentary session claimed £100,000 in expenses, a report has found. From 2010-15 a total of £360,000 was claimed by 62 peers who did not vote, the Electoral Reform Society said. Members...

BBC, 00:06 in World News
 
Stella Creasy claims ‘attacks by cybernats’

Stella Creasy claims ‘attacks by cybernats’

LABOUR deputy leadership candidate Stella Creasy says she has been targeted by "cybernats" who have made sexist comments about her gender and her appearance. Creasy, who was previously subjected to a barrage of abuse and threats by Twitter...

Scotsman, 00:06 in Politics
 
Police Scotland under fire over breath test results

Police Scotland under fire over breath test results

POLICE Scotland has been criticised after it emerged the force does not record the number of roadside breath tests carried out outside of drink-drive campaigns. The Lib Dems said greater transparency was needed over breath tests as a way of evaluating...

Scotsman, 00:06 in Politics
 

Vince Power and the last stand of the old Notting Hill bohemians

He is the man who revived the Glastonbury and Reading festivals; who brought Bob Dylan and Van Morrison to Finsbury Park, and Johnny Cash, Paul McCartney and Roy Orbison to his Mean Fiddler venue; Neil Young and Prince to the Hop Farm in Kent; and...

 

Bournemouth take River Plate's 19-year-old midfielder Tomas Andrade on trial

Bournemouth are taking River Plate midfielder Tomas Andrade on trial. The 19-year-old playmaker was poised to sign for Everton on loan last week but manager Roberto Martinez changed his mind. Andrade was voted player of the tournament at the World U17...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Sport
 

Oscar Duarte kept Wayne Rooney quiet at the World Cup... and now the Costa Rica defender is ready to do the...

Wayne Rooney will hope his second meeting with Club Brugge defender Oscar Duarte is sweeter than the first when he faces him on Tuesday night at the Jan Breydel Stadium.  Rooney was marked by Duarte at the last World Cup as England failed to beat...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Sport
 

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho aims thinly veiled dig at Arsene Wenger ahead of crunch clash with Manchester City

Jose Mourinho made yet another thinly veiled dig at Arsene Wenger in the run up to Sunday's crucial clash with Manchester City. Mourinho, who has endured a week of controversy after his ill-advised clash with Doctor Eva Carneiro and physio Jon Fearn,...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Sport
 

Jose Mourinho has a duty to play attacking football... managers must entertain the fans too, believes...

Manchester City's Manuel Pellegrini has delivered a pointed reminder to arch enemy Jose Mourinho by saying that managers have a duty to 'take care of the Premier League'. Pellegrini was not referring to the controversial decision by Mourinho to...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Sport
 

David de Gea is back in first-team training for Manchester United, but Sergio Romero looks set to continue...

David de Gea trained with Manchester United's first-team squad on Saturday despite being left out of Friday's 1-0 win at Aston Villa. The Spanish goalkeeper arrived at 10.30am with other players who had not featured in the game and was joined by the...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Sport
 

Jason Puncheon has played in all four divisions of English football, now at Crystal Palace the London lad...

For some Barclays Premier League players, their arrival among the elite seems almost inevitable; the end point on a clear path to the top. Not so for Crystal Palace winger Jason Puncheon. He has played in all four tiers of the professional game and it...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Sport
 

Bastian Schweinsteiger hits back at Pep Guardiola's claims that he is unfit and insists he can deliver for...

Defiant Bastian Schweinsteiger has hit back at his former boss Pep Guardiola who claimed the German midfielder has not been fit for three years. Bayern Munich manager Guardiola suggested that 31-year-old Schweinsteiger could be a hit in England — 'if...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Sport
 


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